The Student News Site of Lakeside School

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The Student News Site of Lakeside School

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The Student News Site of Lakeside School

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In memory of the passing of the last all male Lakeside senior class, 1971. Virgor vivat virilis.
The Lakeside Tombstone: Historical or Harmful?
Lorelei S. '25, Copy Editor • May 10, 2022

After hearing so many people’s thoughts on the infamous Lakeside tombstone, it’s hard to recall my own first opinion. Thankfully, I’m talkative...

Lakeside Adopts Canvas
Lakeside Adopts Canvas
Edward Y. '23, Executive Digital Editor • May 10, 2022

The alarming news arrived in Lakeside administrators’ inboxes on October 7, 2021: “We urge you to upgrade as soon as possible. PowerSchool...

May Day Preview
Raina W. '24 and Rohan D. ‘25 May 10, 2022

Lakesiders may be glad to hear that Stud Gov, which has frequently been critiqued on the basis of seemingly having done nothing the entire year,...

A return to better (Sam K. 23)
20 Under 20 at the Bellevue Art Museum Acceptees Henry R. ’23 and Sam K. ’23 Discuss Art
Yoon L. '23, Arts & Entertainment Editor • May 10, 2022

The 20 Under 20 exhibition at the Bellevue Art Museum reflects a growing credence toward young artists. Particularly with current issues, giving...

Lakeside Adopts Canvas
Lakeside Adopts Canvas
Edward Y. '23, Executive Digital Editor • May 10, 2022

The alarming news arrived in Lakeside administrators’ inboxes on October 7, 2021: “We urge you to upgrade as soon as possible. PowerSchool...

Grades Take a Retake
Aaron Z. '23, Editor in Chief • May 10, 2022

The Upper School administration is releasing a new grading philosophy to be implemented in the 2022-2023 school year. The new framework aims...

Perhaps the most popular Physical Education program, Strength and Conditioning makes an fine, if not necessary, supplement to athletic excellence
Why Don’t Sports Count Towards P.E. Credits?
Rohan D. '25 May 10, 2022

Eighty percent of Lakesiders participate in a Lakeside sport; that’s 50,000 hours of work put into school athletics every year. Lakeside students...

Tatler Special Issue: Ukraine
Tatler Special Issue: Ukraine
April 20, 2022

The Winds of Friendship sculpture, with Bliss Hall in the background.
Winds of Friendship
Edward Y. '23, Executive Digital Editor • March 7, 2022

Its golden sheen glistening under the pale sun, its four semicircles revolving with the crisp wind, its shadow dancing over the low roof of Allen-Gates:...

Business Office Comments On Buses
Rohan D. '25 March 7, 2022

Earlier in the school year, Tatler ran two articles regarding the Metro buses. One analyzed their return, and the other pointed out three specific...

Football, and Football at Lakeside
Football, and Football at Lakeside
Fiona L. ’24 May 10, 2022

Content Warning: Mentions of sexual assault and rape The culture of football in America has undoubtedly unhealthy aspects. Disparities and...

Revisiting the Beijing Olympics: Sports Face Somber Realities
Revisiting the Beijing Olympics: Sports Face Somber Realities
Minoo J. '24, Web Chief • March 7, 2022

Two weeks ago, the 2022 Beijing Olympics concluded with a ceremony featuring snowflake symbolism, interpretive dance, and the passing of the...

In memory of the passing of the last all male Lakeside senior class, 1971. Virgor vivat virilis.
The Lakeside Tombstone: Historical or Harmful?
Lorelei S. '25, Copy Editor • May 10, 2022

After hearing so many people’s thoughts on the infamous Lakeside tombstone, it’s hard to recall my own first opinion. Thankfully, I’m talkative...

Bring Students Back to Assemblies
Zane R. '24, News Editor • May 10, 2022

When, at the beginning of the school year, we had our first opportunity to go back to in-person assemblies instead of being on Zoom, the bleachers...

Tambien La Lluvia (IMDb)
Tambien La Lluvia: Opinions From the Spanish Classroom
Angelina P. '24 May 10, 2022

Over the past two years, current Spanish III students have studied important cultural and historical events in Latin America through film, including...

Everything Everywhere (IMDb)
Everything Everywhere All at Once, in a Word
Minoo J. '24, Web Chief • May 10, 2022

How do I begin to describe this movie? When I walked into the Lincoln Square Cinemark, five minutes past its listed start time, I never expected...

Comic
Raina W. '24 May 10, 2022

When Spirit is no Longer In the Spirit of Things
When Spirit is no Longer In the Spirit of Things
Jackson B. '25 May 10, 2022

Irrespective of the season or weather, you will invariably see at regular intervals the miscellaneous appearances of what are essentially group...